Chuck and Terry Glaser First Fruits Christian Fund

Type: Donor Advised

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Terry Glaser established this fund to benefit charities that carry out Christian purposes, such as health and education, and to advance God’s love for the world and all its people.

Chuck was a graduate of Leipsic High School and farmed with his parents until he decided to attend The Ohio State University. He earned a Bachelor of Science in Agriculture, and then continued at OSU to earn a Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine. He operated the Trilby Veterinary Clinic in Toledo for nearly 20 years. After he sold the practice, he moved back to the Findlay area and invested in real estate development, building and managing apartments in town.

Terry is a graduate of Barberton High School, and attended Oberlin College to study education, earning her Bachelors from OSU. She went on to receive a Masters from Bowling Green State University in Career and Technical Education, and become an Educational Specialist through the University of Toledo. She worked at several school districts including Cygnet, Penta, Oregon, Rossford and Ada as a teacher, grant administrator, principal, and curriculum coordinator before retiring in 2000.

Terry and her late husband Chuck were longtime residents of Findlay and split their time between Findlay and Las Vegas. Between them they have six children and many grandchildren.

The First Fruits Christian Fund is a donor advised fund of the Foundation. This will allow the fund advisors to recommend grants to the nonprofit organizations of their choosing.